Mummy, Justice, you have run a good race & qualify for the crown from the Almighty. Please rest in peace.
Temitayo Jinadu Mrs
Mama Moni Fafiade.. you have served your Lord dedicatedly. You have touched many Ives. We love you but God loves you most. Sleep on in the Lord. May your Soul RIPP. 🙏
As I commiserate with my friends Jide+Joke and the entire family on this irreparable loss, may we all be comforted by Mama’s exemplary life and pray for the repose of her soul
GRANDMA MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE AND RISE IN HOPE IN JESUS MIGHTY NAME. AMEN. WE LOVE YOU BUT GOD LOVES YOU BEST. MAY LIGHT PERPETUAL SHINE UPON YOU. SUN RE.
VENERABLE DOTUN AND OLORI MARY OTUBANJO
Mummy justice, you were caring and loving. A beautiful soul is never forgotten. Rest in the arms of Jesus. Folake Ebong. (nee Siwoku)
On behalf of our mother Chief Mrs. C.A. Arogundade, we express our deep condolences to her best “Ore”. I am sure she is sad to lose her companion but the memories mummy Justice left in our lives lingers on. Not only does mummy Justice took us as her children, she gave us the motherly love anyone could ask for. She is a true gem who made a difference in every lives she touched. We will miss you mummy dearest. Rest In Peace. Dapo & Tayo Arogundade & family
” Mummy’ as you were fondly called by most of us who knew you, except of course those who belonged to your age group, you have left an indelible mark in the minds of all of us. You were a rare gem with your ever ready smile and your extremely generous disposition. I felt welcome in your house every time and I remember that during the last months of own mother, I took refuge in your house. You were also very wise without the cunning that lesser people mistake for wisdom. You were open and generous in sharing quality and quite beneficial ideas with me. I shall forever remember your erudite no – nonsense discussions about the state of our nation and the obligations of the youths to carry on the process of correction. When I finally decided to study law this late in life your inspiration stood large in my mind. Though you are gone too soon, even at your age, yet I ,with your countless admirers rejoice in the fact of your exemplary life, your generosity, your open mindedness, your hard work, your entrepreneurial spirit and thus must take solace that it is rest for you. Mama Oninure sun re o. By Biyi Aboderin
Adebiyi John Aboderin
Mama Abiyamo,may her gentle soul rest in peace in Jesus name
It still feels like a dream that mummy is longer with us.. You had such a strong but gentle spirit. Your home was open to all and we felt very welcomed. I can never forget your warm smile. I can still picture the your smile. You are a definition of a special person….fantastic….exceptional….unique….enduring….strong. You will be missed by all…..especially me. Rest in peace mummy. Rest well in the arms of the almighty.
From Mommy Queens drive to Mommy Lekki, you were always so caring and kind. Thank you for all you did! We will indeed miss you dearly. Rest on grandma
Mummy was a wonderful personality who shows extreme benevolence, care, love & empathy for all & sundry. She is ever smiling, cheerful, generous and charitable. Her willingness to always lend a helping hand and rejoice with others are highly commendable and exemplary. She was a virtuous woman and a Mother to all. May her soul rest in peace.
Olumide & Aderonke Omotoso
Rtd Justice Monilola Agbeke Fafiade- I never thought I would be writing your tribute so soon after my mother( Tinuola Abiola-Oshodi – your sister)’s demise. Last time I stayed over at Lekki, you insisted on sitting downstairs with me. You said you didn’t know if we would get the opportunity to have a long chat again. Looking back you seemed to know it would be the last time. You were soft spoken, calm, logical., intuitive. Abiyamo like your sister, you would move mountains if required for your children. Obinrin bi okunrin meta, a strong pillar of the Abiola family, always welcoming, always supportive, peace loving, a haven for so many people. A strong believer in Christ, you passed that on to your children. We will miss the sound of your voice, the wisdom in your advice, the stories of your life and being in your presence. I remember during summer holidays when we were young, how you would pile us all in the car. The trip to the court to watch hearings, to Ekotedo, to other different fun places. We always looked forward to those long holidays. How we would all gather in the mornings to pray and drink tea. You have left a remarkable legacy which will never be forgotten. Your smile which lifted our hearts is gone now. You had a healing voice heard in your kind words and prayers. You solved complex issues with ease while maintaining a calm composure. Ah mummy Justice/ Mummy Lekki, you fought a good fight and won the race. A rare gem, a legal luminary, we can proudly say you have left foot prints in the sands of time. Omo Lakesi, Oba pupa roro bi epo, Omo Oba poki bi owu la. Oba poto-lasa bi eni sa aso alaari. Alaari pon lese o wun ole. Omo Ogunbona Agboketoyinbo. Oyinbo Baba ona ja ajo baba teni teni. Omo o,a po titi ola ko nipe kun. Agara ola dani. Ajiferute omo o sunwon lapa mejeji. Agbeke Ade ara Ake ma jo omo ere nowun. Roluwo jeetan ayiwe ara Ijeja. Omo Atobajaiye, ma jaya lolo. O so igbo dile., o so igbe di gboro. Omo kubeyi poroyegengen. Omo ajolu joba. O dabo o. Sun re o
I met you on the bench upon my call to bar in September 1999. I appeared a couple of times before milord. You were an excellent jurist. Ypu knew your onions. When you retired, Lagos Judiciary missed you and i missed you too. The Bible says the end of a thing is better than the beginning thereof. You have played your path gloroiusly in this side of the divide and returned home to your maker. Rest well in the bossom of the Lord till the day of ressurection. Adieu milord!!!
Hon. Justice Sharafa Olaitan
Mlord the Hon Justice Moni Fafiade was a motherly calm erudite Judge. My memories of contact with her were of my appearances before her as Counsel. She was close to my late parents Chief Debo SAN & Prof Jadesola OFR Akande & encouraged my dream of becoming a Judge. I believe she retired the year of or just after my appointment in May 2001- now19 years plus ago. How time flies. I had visited her thereafter with my father once or 2ce after retirement before he passed but sadly not seen her in recent times. God rest her good and gentle soul in his bosom. Amen. Requiescet in pace Mlord Ma.
Hon Justice Adenike J Coker & family.
Hon Justice Adenike J Coker ( Mrs) nee Akande
Justice Monilola Fafiade was an angel of a woman. She was my School mother at St Anne’s School, Molete. Ibadan. She was loving, compassionate, exceptional and impactful.Thank God for a life well spent . The Angels carried her to be with the Lord on 2nd November 2020. May the Almighty God continue to keep her children, grandchildren and family. May He preserve all the legacies she left behind in Jesus name. R.I.P. Sis Moni
PST OLUFUNMILAYO GREEN (Nee LUFADEJU)
“A life so beautifully lived deserved to be beautifully remembered”.I shall be eternally grateful for the part you played in shaping my life for better. You are a sister that I can possibly called my mother. Retired Omooba Justice Monilola Agbeke Fafiade. Words alone cannot describe your love for fellow human beings. May your soul continued to rest at the blossom of Almighty God.Sun re o, Agbake Omooba Lisabi, My dearest sister from another mother. Till we part no more.
David Sedan Adewale
Mommy,am reflecting on the life of a professional of unparalleled distinction. A loving wife, sacrificial, devoted mother to….ALL! Mommy Justice,your passion unrivalled,and ALL YOUR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE…QUIET ALL AMBITIONS! We were all…YOUR PRIDE…. THANKS None of our birthdays passed, without felicitating with US. WE THE OGUNWOLUS, would be ETERNALLY grateful for your presence……IN OUR LIVES! You were a …. FOUNTAIN OF INSPIRATIONS…THAT TOUCHED MANY LIVES! ADIEU MOMMY JUSTICE MONILOLA FAFIADE,RTD. ALL FROM BANKE!
MRS ADEBANKE AMOKE OGUNWOLU
Grandma Monilola Fafiade we love you but God loves you best. Rest in peace and may light perpetual shine upon you. VENERABLE DOTUN AND OLORI MARY OTUBANJO AND FAMILY.
Mary A Otubanjo
Our dear Mommy Eko memories go back and far. From summer vacations in Lagos to donuts and sausages you buy for us on your way back from work to sitting in court and watching a case. To helping me restore my place in Addenbrooks Hospital Cambridge to birthday calls and to just call and Chat. Mommy Eko was an Icon of her time and we already miss you ma’am. Please rest in perfect peace. Thank you for all you have done and for being a part of me.
Beloved sisi Moni, it’s so sad to say goodbye to you. You were gentle, candid and forthright. You were a judge to the core, honest and straight forward. You were a pride to us all who attended St Anne’s school Ibadan and so to Seminary-St Anne’s school old girls association. (SSASOGA) May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace and May light perpetual shine shine upon you in Jesus name. Amen.